Although the Kurdish Shepherd Dog is relatively unknown and unrecognized, the breed exists in sufficient numbers and is held in high regard by Kurds everywhere. Unlike its closest cousin, the Kangal, this rugged working Molosser isn't as standardized and it comes in a variety of coat types and colours, from shorthaired dogs to those with a full rich coat and even some bearded specimens. Tall, deep-chested and muscular, the Kurdish Dog is a resilient and athletic Molosser. The head is round, with a slightly elongated muzzle and strong jaws. The nose can be black, brown and even red. The ears are usually cropped, but unaltered specimens are common. The tail can be either docked or left in its natural state.
The most common colourings have traditionally been white, fawn, brown and black, but today the majority of the dogs are bicoloured. Average height is around 30 inches, although smaller examples exist.
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|12 days ago|
Thanks for You
I Uploaded Article About Original Kurdish Dog Related.
Please Delete this old article about kurdish dog,because is not true.
(never and never kurdish dogs not similar to kangals.
never and never kurdish dog is not crossed breed from kangal and other breeds.
Whereas They Have 5000 years History in asia region.
But Kangals have 200 year history.
This article images are not about kurdish dog)
Excuse me admin, because you are proffesional.
Thank you so much
|13 days ago|
I read the poster's article about the Kurdish Dog Pshdar that claims that the profile on here is no good and that he/she has the best information about these dogs. It seems the MD profile was written in 2003 based on information known 15 years ago by the author. I have looked around the internet and in several dog books and so far this is the most complete information available.
What I know is that the site owner and admins don't just make changes to the articles without proper research and validation so when and if the time comes they may change their info. I think if you have some good literature to support your claims about the breed you should send it to them.
|25.06.20181 replies1 replies|